Conferences and Seminars 
SGCS hold a series of high profile and hugely successful national and international conferences and seminars on education, radicalisation, extremism, crime, young people, etc., since 1999 with partners from third sector, local and central government, education sector (academic institutions), and others
The Role of Mosques in the Development of Local Communities (2000)
Combating Anti Social Behaviour (2001)
The role of religions In Diminishing Terrorism (2002)
Educating youth 2K (2003)
Voice of young Muslims (2004)
Self-aware Youth (2004)
Solidarity conference (2005)
Dialogue among civilisations (2006)
The Role of Communities in Addressing Extremism (2007)
The Role of Education in Addressing Extremism (2009)
The Role of Parents in Educating their Children (2009)
Extremism - Education – Rehabilitation
The role of communities and the comparative approaches developed in the UK and Pakistan (2010)
The Future of Pakistan Conference (2012)
Launch of Lambeth’s Councillors Surgery (2014)
General Election Hustings:  (2015) 
Response to Terrorism and Extremism: Interfaith Iftar Get Together (2017) 
General Health: How BAME Communities Can Better Their Health (2017) in partnership with NAZ Foundation

Training: How to Handle Suspect Packages (2017) 
Engaging Faith Communities with British Democracy (2017) 
Recent conferences and events that SGCS has supported

The Bow Group Summer Event (2010) – a conservative party think tank

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Saad Mahmood, Programmes Manager, asks former Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, Hazel Blears, pressing questions put forward by the community.

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In the immediate aftermath of the events in Gaza in February 2010, Saad Mahmood, Programmes Manager, interviews Rt Hon Sadiq Khan MP, former Minister for Communities, on what steps the government is taking to address the issues.

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